Please support our Varsity View Community Association Rink Renovation Project Raffle!
Our local Varsity View community skating rink brings together adults and children alike for fun with friends and family all winter long with skating and hockey. It feels like old fashioned place where friends and strangers meet, come and go, join an informal game of hockey or skate around and have a chat. From young kids, to college students, to grandparents, all play together and the natural harmony created is infectious.
This community rink is in dire need of a renovation, as the boards and fences are damaged and even dangerous. We are hoping to raise money to re-fence, re-board and regrade the rink, but we must raise money to make this dream a reality!
We created a raffle with the following fabulous prizes, some donated by businesses in our community:
Grand Prize: $1500 cash 2nd Prize: $200 cash plus Crew Rowhouse 12 class pass valued at $225
3rd Prize: $200 cash plus $175 All in the Wild Gallery gift certificate
4th, 5th, 6th and 7th Prize: $50 D’lish by Tish gift cards
3 tickets for $10 or 1 ticket for $5 Draw date: FEBRUARY 23, 2021
Covid-19 put a damper on our fundraising efforts, and the need for community members to play outside all year-round is greater than ever!
We offer contactless ticket purchase by emailing email@example.com, and using e-transfer to that email. We will send you a picture of the tickets and ticket numbers, and if you desire the original tickets we will mail them to you.
This is a great local cause and every dollar raised is a dollar that goes straight to the renovation!
This year, since we can’t meet in person, the Canadian Cancer Society CIBC Run for the Cure has been transformed into a one-of-a-kind experience with both physical and virtual components.
On Run Day, Varsity View community residents will join the live-streamed online opening ceremonies at 9:30 am CST before heading out to walk or run in the neighbourhood. Several 1 KM and 5 KM routes are set up in the city for people to use on Run Day. The North Route and the Central Route are the routes closest to the Varsity View community but residents are welcome to use any route they would like to take.
Being physically apart won’t stop us from coming together to change the future of breast cancer. Join us and run or walk your way on October 4th. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Saskatoon CIBC Run for the Cure Committee through their facebook group “Saskatoon – Canadian Cancer Society CIBC Run For the Cure”. Register today at cibcrunforthecure.com.
There are so many different things going on in our lives, from running errands, to taking the kids from sports, to music lessons, to school and to friends. It can be hard to meet the desire we all have to give back to the community that we love. So you can to have some family time while giving back, we’re hosting Habitat Saskatoon’s first ever FAMILY FUN DAY – brought to you by our incredible friends from Montana Homes.
All you need to do is get some tickets and bring your family on June 15th, 2019 from 12-6pm to the Sutherland Curling Rink! Where we will have everything from fun games, to tasty food, to face painters, magicians, and music. It’s a great, inexpensive day out with the family, all the while helping other local families get a home to call their very own. We will also be kicking off our Youth Build 2019 – proudly supported by Conexus Credit Union. Hurry and get your tickets while you still can!
Tickets are $10 per adult, $5 per child, kids under 4 are FREE! Every entry ticket gets you 1 free game play!
This fundraiser is in support of Habitat’s Youth Build 2019. The goal is to provide affordable housing to 2 Saskatoon families – approximately 10 children. This project is a duplex style home being built by the Langham High School students through the Prairie Spirit School Division’s DiVinci Project. We will be moving the home to our Avenue W lot and partnering with local high schools, post-secondary schools and other local organizations to complete the project.
Gutsy Walk is Canada’s largest community fundraiser for Crohn’s and colitis. Every walk is fun-filled, family-friendly, and non-competitive. Participants can walk any distance they’re comfortable with. In Saskatoon; we walk approximately 5 km at Meewasin Park. We’ve got live entertainment on stage by some great local bands, and a fantastic BBQ in addition to the camaraderie of about 500 fellow Gutsy Walkers along the walk route.
If you can’t make it to the Gutsy Walk, you can still support the cause by making a donation to the event, a team,or an individual walker. With your support, cures are only steps away. We hope to see you on June 2, 2019 at Meewasin Park! Time and details are at www.gutsywalk.ca.
Join us for the Cherry Bop Hop – a red-hot event to kick off spring 2019!
Date: Thursday, March 21, 2019 Location: Western Development Museum (WDM) Cocktails: 5:00 p.m. Program: 6 p.m. Supper: 6:30 p.m. Dance: 7:30 pm. Tickets: $65, tax receipts available Phone 306-652-2255 pay by credit card or pay online Or purchase at SCOA, 2020 College Drive.[Field House]
Features: MC Brenda Baker The band England playing tunes from the 50s & 60s Eye-popping decorations Signature cocktails Door prizes Dance demos Take your selfie in our vintage red car from Draggins Cash bar Wear red and be entered to win a cool prize! Get your tickets while they last! Please share this event with anyone who may be interested! If you have any questions phone 306-652-2255, visit scoa.ca See you there!
The Cherry Bop Hop is a fundraiser for the Saskatoon Council on Aging. Funds raised help us to provide programs and services for a growing population of older adults.
Come out to READ Saskatoon’s LIT UP! Please join in for a night of fun, food, drinks, and unique auction experiences that cannot be found anywhere else.
Details: Date: Thursday, March 7th, 2019 Time: 6:00 pm food and cocktails, 7:00 pm program Location: Sheraton Cavalier Hotel Tickets: $90/person, $720/table, $1,000/VIP table. A charitable receipt is available for ticket/table purchases. Usual online payment methods available.
LIT UP! is a fun, business casual evening that spotlights literacy through volunteer recognition, great company, tasty eats, sweet treats, and exciting lucky dip, silent, and live auction items!
LIT UP! sells out early every year! Visit READSaskatoon.com or call 306.652.5448 to get your tickets today!
BEST Variety Show in Saskatoon! 8th annual for Crohn’s & Colitis Canada!
Jordie Hughton-artistic director, Kristen Raney-choral director, Jared Tehse-pianist.
Guests: Jay Semko, Brianna Burtt, Stephen Maguire and Theresa Sokyrka.
Soloists: William Boan-violin and Gerard Weber-sax.
55 performers! 15-piece Gut Banda! http://musicforthegut.com
The Saskatoon Council on Aging is hoping to raise funds to help support our programs and services. Preston Park Retirement Residence is excited to host the Festival of Wreaths November 21 -28, 2017. Adorn your door with one of our beautiful home made wreaths! Proceeds will support the Saskatoon Council On Aging, a non profit organization dedicated to the promotion of dignity, health and independence of older adults. Preston Park is at 114 Armistice Way.
A week of holiday cheer to get you in the decorating spirit…
Tuesday, November 21: Sneak Peak Open House and advance bidding begins, Chase the Ace Draw
Wednesday, November 22: DIY Wreath and Door Swag Design with professional designer
Thursday, November 23: Silver White Winters display
Friday, November 24: Door Bells and Sleigh Bells display with crisp apple strudel
Saturday, November 25: Holiday Door Swag Display
Sunday, November 26: Balloon Wreath Winning, pop for prizes
Monday, November 27: Wreath wrap up – last chance to pre-purchase your favorite wreath
Tuesday, November 28: Merry Mix & Mingler – Live auction, raffle, entertainment and more!
Do not miss the sneak peek preview open house on November 21, 2017 from 2:30 p.m.– 4:30 p.m., providing attendees with the first opportunity to view this year’s wreath designs, purchase or advance bid on your favorites, place your holiday wishes in the wishing well, enjoy cookies and sugar rimmed cocktails! Your invitation to the preview party is complimentary. Further information is available at the Preston Park Market Mall kiosk, The Saskatoon Council on Aging or call us directly at 306-933-0515. Don’t wait, RSVP preferred for any of the events and be inspired by creative door decor. Home made baking will be served.
Annual Garage Sale and BBQ on Friday, May 26th, 2017, from 11:30 am to 7:30 pm Location: d3h Office, 1139 – 8th Street East
This is a fundraiser with 100% of the funds going to the d3h Children’s Foundation. They are also looking for donations of new and gently used items to sell at this event.
Furniture, household items and clothing. Accepting donations at the d3h Office at 1139 – 8th Street East (between McKinnon and Munroe), Monday to Friday between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm up to the day of the garage sale.
MUSIC For The GUT ‘7’ 7th Annual Concerts for Crohn’s and Colitis Canada!
Jordie Hughton & 50 Friends – 2 Different Performances! – The Best Variety Shows in Saskatoon! Thursday, August 24 and Saturday Aug 26 – Cornerstone Church (315 Lenore Drive) – 7:00 pm.
$25 Single Ticket – $40 COMBO Ticket (Thurs AND Sat) at:
– McNally Robinson
– Saskatoon Academy of Music (629 1st Ave N)
$30 at church Door concert nights.
Spring is here, which means the annual City Wide Food Drive in support of the Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre is just around the corner.
i. Watch your mailbox for a City Wide Food Drive donation bag at the end of April
ii. Fill your bag with nutritious donations
iii. Place on your door step before 10 am on Saturday, May 6th!
iv. Volunteers will come to your doorstep collecting donations between 10 am and 2 pm
v. If your bag is mistakenly missed, please bring it to your nearest grocery store collection bin
vi. For more information visit: www.saskatoonfoodbank.org
The Saskatoon Food Bank & Learning Centre is currently seeing over 21,000 people every month, 44% of whom are children. Our annual City Wide Food Drive is essential in helping us fill our shelves as we head into summer, a time when child hunger increases when access to school meal programs ends. We greatly appreciate your effort to help us spread this information around our city.